Wildcat Bluff Nature Center brings the natural world to open minds with outdoor trails and tours and a science center that hosts educational displays and classes.
Wildcat Bluff is 640 acres of wide open Texas Panhandle. Formerly a section of the historic Frying Pan Ranch, we have 5 miles of trails, 5 acres of paved and accessible paths, a dig pit for learning about Panhandle prehistory, our Gilvin Science Education Building, a section of the historic Gregg-Marcy Santa Fe Trail and so much more.
The trails that wind through the Texas prairie and river-breaks habitats. Follow a naturalist on a guided tour or get shade from the hot sun under the visitor center’s wrap-around veranda. Occasionally, birds feed close by and occasionally deer show up to eat the bird food and and drink from a nearby pond.
Address: 2301 N Soncy Rd Amarillo Texas 79124 United States